[Introduction] The Heat led by the Big Three will face the Clippers led by Paul with three consecutive victories at home tomorrow. The core of the Heat, James
Both Wade and coach Spoel praised the Clippers core Paul before the game.
Before the start of the season, some experts predicted that Paul would be one of James’ biggest contenders for the MVP of the regular season this season.
With 26.5 points and 13 assists, they ranked third and first in the league respectively.
Even Zhan Huang couldn’t help but sigh his excellence, “Paul is their leader.” James said, “He has always been excellent, and the Clippers have built a great team with him as the core.
As always, with the Hornets, he had guys like Maurice Peterson and Peja who were good at shooting, and Tyson Chandler, who was good at splitting. Now, he’s surrounded by
Redick and Dudley, Jamal Crawford, Blake and DeAndre Jordan. They have a really good lineup.”
Although James had made it clear before that he would not comment on other teams before the game, he obviously made an exception for Paul.
“Paul is my buddy, one of my best friends, he is different.” James said.
In addition to James, Wade also spoke highly of Paul’s outstanding performance, “Paul is one of the greatest point guards in the NBA today, and their team is built around him. This idea is very smart, and at the same time
Paul also has a lot of options in his game. From the inside to the outside, they’re a great team.”
Recently, the Clippers have been gaining momentum, and Paul’s performance has been admirable. Some experts believe that the Clippers may be the Heat’s opponent for the championship this season.
Heat coach Spoelstra is obviously now also regarded as an imaginary enemy by the Clippers.
“They have MVP-level players, they also have championship-level contests and championship-contesting lineups, they have great athletic ability and big men inside, and they have shooters with accurate shots outside,” Spoel said. “There is no doubt that the Clippers are
A very championship-contested team. They performed well last year, winning 56 games in the regular season.